Yes! David Wong approves! Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah... saved at last! (For Light and Shadows that is...)
I like this picture. It was around 7.15pm I remember. No light other than the other side from the doorway. I saw the triangle and was rather intrigued by it so... I snapped it a few times until I got a clear image since I needed to use a slow shutter speed to capture it, which meant my hand had to be reaaaaaaaaaaaaaallly steady. Yay for me!
Ugh. This was such a pain to shoot. Not that it was really hard to get a good shot of this. Just that the annoying little bloodsuckers were busy assaulting my forelegs like Nazi tanks rampaging Jewish towns. UGH. But whatever man, it was worth it! I was inspired by Alex's attempt of taking windows and it reminded me of those other pictures of windows I've seen before. For some reason, windows with texture and nice shadow + lighting seem to create amazing compositions. I donno why but... maybe it's just a window to a new world?
Ok, today David covered on camera functions. Oh lemme correct that CCD is charged coupled device, not
charged couple device. And uh, there are two types of image sensors. One was the CCD and another is CMOS, not Chicago Manual of Style mind you, but complementary metal-oxide semiconductor. It saves more energy compared to CCD but CCD is a more matured form of technology, therefore more reliable and longer lasting, compared to CMOS which saves energy and allows more shots due to the smaller sensors and smaller sized pictures. But the two takes about the same quality of pictures, so it isn't something you should worry about unless if you're going pro with photoshooting.
Owh, I had trouble waking up today. But I only realized that the sound of music will alert my mind and get me going after like 3 hours of after-sleep oversleeping. So... anyways, at least I know now. Maybe I already knew, just didn't occur to me in my head.
KK, got other stuff to do now. Helped my mom cut some wood with a saw just now so... I have less time to do my things now. Ciaoz.